World Champion PV Sindhu returns nation, says “Proud to be Indian”

World Champion PV Sindhu, on her landing to the nation, stated, it was an extraordinary moment for her and she is extremely proud to be an Indian.


After a triumph for the ages, PV Sindu landed down at Indira Gandhi International Airport to a legend's welcome and a big fanfare.


She expressed gratitude toward the fans on her landing and stated, "I wish I'll get a lot more medals for this nation. I might want to thank every one of my fans. It is a direct result of their blessings and love that I am here today."

"A great moment for me. I am really very proud to be an Indian," she included.


Shuttler PV Sindhu turned into the primary Indian to win a gold at the BWF World Championships after she won to Nozomi Okuhara 21-7, 21-7, in straight sets in Basel.


Now, Sindhu will have her eyes fixed on the Olympic gold award. It will be on the agenda when she hits the courts in Tokyo one year from now. For the time being, she has the right to savor her memorable accomplishment.


A thumping welcome to the recently crowned titleholder, and she truly deserves all of it.


Sindhu turned into the main Indian to win a World Championships gold by winning to Nozomi Okuhara of Japan 21-7, 21-7 out of one of the most lopsided finals ever.


It was the third time for Sindhu, who lost to Okuhara and Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain separately in 2017 and 2018 finals to agree to silver twice.


Sindhu is presently the joint most astounding winners in women's singles in World Championships history with previous Olympic champion Zhang Ning of China.


by Lokendra Sharma | Wed, Aug 28 - 01:59 PM

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